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G.Skill Pushes New Trident Z RGB Memory Kit To 4,700MHz

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AgentLozen

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I know that AMD Ryzen CPUs benefit greatly from higher memory speeds. Is there a point where the Ryzen chips stop scaling? What I'm wondering is if you could get a ram kit like this working (I'm not saying that it would) with Ryzen 7, would there be a considerable performance increase?
 


As far as I know, AMD has not declared a limit to how far the Infinity Fabric can scale, so the assumption would be that the CPU's should benefit more and more from this. Especially in heavy workloads. I'd think the challenge would be finding a motherboard that supports this speed RAM.

My DDR3 1600 seems so slow now, lol. But it's great seeing progress.
 

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Cost, most likely in the 400-500 range for those speeds, Corsair did the same thing at $500 for 16GB, yeah, good luck with that.
 
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